Tesla could offer an affordable electric car in the far sight of launching its robotaxi services. Tesla sells EV vehicles for a whooping sum that common people could ever imagine clutching the steering of Tesla vehicles. Even, the CEO Elon Musk abashed by the price that the automaker electric vehicles are on the market.
For the unaware pricing segments, the instantaneous upsurge cost of battery materials and the great demand for the Tesla cars have put them mildly tuning up the prices of its entire EV lineup over the last two years. If we get into the heart of the matter, we must know the listing before being in a discussion about the game.
Currently, the cheapest Tesla electric vehicle you can get opens its accounts at $46,000 in the US, and the Model Y, Tesla’s widely known vehicle, starts at a staggering sum of $66,000. However, it seems Musk doesn’t appreciate his firm selling EV vehicles in monolithic sums. Musk had a conversation with his board members about turning down the prices after everything seems normal to the company.
Musk also has forethought of developing a $25,000 Tesla electric car, but the project has been hidden in an unknown grotto. In addition, Tesla announced that the company has the intention to construct a dedicated robotaxi vehicle for the service.
Tesla’s head of investor relations has given a speech about presentation at the invite-only Goldman Sachs tech conference in San Francisco yesterday, in which he explained what can we expect from Tesla in the next five years.
It has been reported that Viecha sketches a plan for a cheaper vehicle and an overall cheaper offering before the robotaxi service. The executive thought not to give an elaborate view on the timing but said that it would arrive before the robotaxi service.